State Sen. Martha Fuller Clark invites interested high school students to consider applying for the New Hampshire Senate Page Program. “Being a page in the state Senate is a unique opportunity to learn about and participate in state government,” Fuller Clark said. “I encourage high school students in my Senate District to apply.” Fuller Clark’s […]
Thanks to everyone who contributed time, energy, and money to make this project a reality. We are almost there and I look forward to seeing the final result and how it contributes to the City of Portsmouth’s civic history. Read the story here. Portsmouth Herald: “In New England, there may have been a tendency not […]
The Economist asks Sen. Clark and other Democratic insiders about the state of the #fitn primary. Read the story here.
“Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, D-Portsmouth, said, ‘It is important that communities be given a range of choices and not be presented with just one solution to the problem. I would hope going forward that there would be more opportunities to talk about alternatives in regard to design, placement and location.’” Read the story here. Portsmouth […]
NHBR features an informative and straightforward explanation of SB219, the breastfeeding reform bill I sponsored in this session by Kate Frederick. It has been a joy to work with both Kate and Kary Jencks on this effort. Read the story here.
It has been my pleasure to work with these great people to bring New Hampshire’s breastfeeding laws into the 21st Century.
It was my pleasure to have a chance to talk to advocates for an increased minimum wage and update them on our progress in Concord. Thanks to Rich DiPentima and the South Church Social Justice Associates for putting on this forum and to my fellow panelists for making the time to contribute. Read the story […]
It was a pleasure to talk w/the Globe’s Jim O’Sullivan about the FTIN primary. It always make for an exciting season. Read the story here. Boston Globe: Familiar setting, new challenge for Clinton – N.H. may test her as front-runner, not the underdog By Jim O’Sullivan CONCORD, N.H. — Twice, this state has resurrected the […]
An expansion of this size demands a rigorous and transparent approval process. Please consider joining us on May 7th in Newington. Read the story here. PROPANE FACILITY State sets hearing on Sea-3 expansion Company seeks exemption from full state review By Jeff McMenemy firstname.lastname@example.org PORTSMOUTH — The state Site Evaluation Committee scheduled a public hearing […]
The claims of casino proponents too frequently don’t add up. Read the story here.
Exeter News-Letter: “’I think we have an obligation as policy makers to work to keep the tuition as low as we possibly can so it’s more affordable to in-state students,’ said Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, D-Portsmouth. ‘Many of us are committed to making sure we support UNH … because that is how we will provide […]